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Thomas G. SmithFarm Family In Spring (1968)

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Filmed on the farm of Gerald "Red" Markham, near Whitewater, Wisconsin, and narrated by Red's son Dale. He notes that Spring is a busy time of the year on a farm, but especially on a dairy farm that has many acres to be cultivated, fertilized, and planted in field corn as well as sweet corn. There are also trips to town, meetings of the LaGrange Four-H club, and a birthday party. Dale Markham went on to play in the National Football League: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dale_Markham

Tom Smith made four films in this series. Farm Family in Autumn, Farm Family in Spring, Farm Family in Summer, and Farm Family in Winter, all available to see in the Academic Film Archive of North America collection on the Internet Archive.


This movie is part of the collection: Academic Film Archive of North America

Director: Thomas G. Smith
Producer: Thomas G. Smith
Production Company: Encyclopedia Britannica
Sponsor: Tom Smith
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: encyclopedia britannica; spring; farm


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